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Teaching of Darwinism er evoltion "is injurious to the welfare of the people of North Carolina."
Preventing funds to go to the salary of anybody (teachers, principals, superintendents, etc.) who "permits the teaching of partisan politics, disrespect to the Holy Bible, or that ours is an inferior form of government."
Bill to prevent the teaching of evolution in Georgia.
On July 3, 1924, Representative Pope introduced House Bill No. 731. This bill was referred to the Education Committee which returned the bill on July 31 with a favorable report. H.B. No. 731 was then read for a second time but was not presented for further consideration by the House of Representatives.
A resolution against teaching of Darwinism and atheism in public schools and colleges.
On July 23, 1923, Representatives Simpson of Lee and Stovall of Elbert, introduced House Resolution No. 93.390-C. This resolution was referred to the Committee on Education which furnished a favorable report to the House on August 8. However, H.R. No. 93.390-C was not presented for further consideration by the House of Representatives.
Express the House's support of designating February 12, 2015, as Darwin Day.
Express the Senate's support of designating February 12, 2015, as Darwin Day.
Express the House's recognition of February 12, 2015, as Darwin Day in Arizona.
Express the House's recognition of February 12, 2015, as Darwin Day in Pennsylvania.
Calls for the inclusion of the ideas that life has its origin in God, the supreme creator of the whole universe and of all things that compose it. Also that teaching evolution without teaching creationism violates the Brazilian constitution's guarantee of freedom of conscience and belief.
Acknowledge that some people have beliefs in God's hand in creating the universe and that science can neither prove or disprove the claims. Says all Scottish schoolchildren should be aware of all the different beliefs.